Fans are still waiting for official news about Sweet Home Season 2. The 2020 K-drama starring Song Kang is based on a popular webtoon of the same name. The cliffhanger of the first season left room for the main characters to return for a new season as long as Song Kang reprises his role as Hyun-soo. But a second season could have been in the books all along, since the Sweet Home webtoon does not have the same ending as K-drama.
[Warning: This article contains spoilers for Sweet Home webtoon.]
K-drama ‘Sweet Home’ has Hyun-soo kidnapped by main villain
In the Netflix K-drama finale, Hyun-soo gives in to the monstrous side he’s been keeping in check. He does it to save the other tenants from Ui-myeon. The character appeared hidden among a group of mercenaries whom he later betrays and kills. Ui-myeon is also a special infected who is supposedly the sole survivor of a church. Actually, Ui-myeon’s fans see that he is not the real person. He was infected by a slime-like monster.
When she meets Hyun-soo, she convinces him that monsters and humans cannot coexist. The government also distributed flyers giving sanctuary to anyone who turns in a special infected. Ui-myeon begins to believe that the building’s tenants will turn against him and begins to kill them.
Hyun-soo turns into his full monster form to save them from Ui-myeon and allow them to escape to safety. In their fight, Ui-myeon uses his powers to dissolve into a slime form and escapes. Hyun-soo surrenders to the government.
But in the end, Hyun-soo wakes up in a military tank driven by Sang-Wook. Ui-myeon possesses his body and kidnapped Hyun-soo to run away.
The webtoon ends on a different note compared to the K-drama ‘Sweet Home’
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For fans of the original webtoon, the Sweet Home The K-drama ends on a cliffhanger that does not occur in the original story. According to the story on Webtoon, Ui-myeon goes by the name Eun-hyuk. But the final battle is different from what fans see on screen.
Hyun-soo turns into his full monster version and Eun-hyuk also transforms to stop him. But Eun-hyuk transforms into a large, out-of-control tentacled monster that seizes them both to death. The tentacles subsequently disintegrate, revealing two cocoons. One of them hatches to reveal Hyun-soo.
The webtoon story has an epilogue where the new Hyun-soo arrives at the military facility where the surviving tenants live. One of the characters calls one of the tenants who is happy to see Hyun-soo alive. They hug while the rest of the tenants go to greet him.
The ending of the K-drama was a creative decision made by the director.
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The original webtoon created by Carnby Kim and Youngchan Hwang had not yet been completed when the Sweet Home A K-drama was being filmed. According to director Lee Eung-bok of The Korean Herald, he was informed that the webtoon’s serialization was scheduled to end in July. The director received the news earlier in the year while filming the drama.
Even though the ending of the webtoon wasn’t complete, Lee didn’t see a problem with it. “I more or less knew how the webtoon ended because the author tipped me off. I thought it would be better if the ending of the drama was a little bit different from the webtoon because we show it on different platforms,” said Lee.
Your decision to leave Sweet Home in a cliffhanger allowed for the possibility of a second season rumored to be in production. Using the webtoon as a guide, Lee had many ideas for the monsters in the K-drama, but some didn’t make it into the story.
“If there is going to be a second season, I want to include the kind and funny monsters from the original webtoon that I didn’t have much of a chance to include in the first season,” explains Lee. Fans will have to wait and see how the possible new story will play out.
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